Blake’s Tea Journal Continues – The blog is 1 year old!

Hey there, tea drinkers! I hope you had a great weekend. Well, it’s hard for me to believe, but it has already been a year since the Blake’s Tea Journal blog went online and I wrote that introductory post – Blake’s Tea Journal Begins. First off, I want to take a moment to thank everyone that follows Blake’s Tea Journal: Thank you for following my blog! I really do appreciate your support. And I want to thank everyone that has taken the time to read any of my posts, as well as all those who have taken the time to further interact with my content through liking, commenting, and sharing. Your feedback and support are invaluable!

My Recipe For an Easy Spiced Milk Chai

Hey there, fellow tea drinkers! I hope you’re having a great weekend. Have you ever wanted to try making a spiced milk chai at home, but you just weren’t sure where to start? Well, in today’s post I’m sharing the easy recipe that I use when I make a spiced milk chai at home; this is my take on an easy homemade version of something like a Masala Chai. All you need are three ingredients and ten minutes to make a delicious homemade spiced milk chai!

“Pitchers of Brew” – A tea infused parody of the song “Pictures of You”

Hey there, fellow tea drinkers! I hope things are going well for you this week! Instead of the more typical The Taste of Tea entry, today’s post is something a little special: a tea-infused parody of the song “Pictures of You” by The Last Goodnight. I’ve been piecing this one together bit by bit for […]

Autumn Leaves

The Autumn, or Fall, effects are in full swing here in the US. Many once green trees are changing into their Autumn colors, while others that started the transition a few weeks ago are dulling from the brilliant yellows, oranges, and reds and rapidly dropping their leaves. Lost in the beauty of the Autumn colors, I […]

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